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Even the AP and Yahoo News know that there will be election chaos

The AP story below has the usual over-assurance to the nervous public, and blames citizens for doing things wrong. Still, it is some acknowledgment and warning about what the powers that be are up to with Election 2008. When you go to vote this year, have a phone number in your pocket of an election protection organization, or a friendly lawyer.

americanblackout_poster_med.jpgAlso, if you want to study and be prepared for some of the tricks and ins and outs of election chaos and election fraud, check out the movie “American Blackout” which covers the shenanigans in the Presidential Election in Florida in 2000 and Ohio in 2004. Former candidate Cynthia McKinney was running for Congress in those years, and presents a unique, on-the-ground, eye-witness perspective, which is enhanced by great research, and commentary from Congressional members John Conyers, John Lewis, Stephanie Tubbs-Jones, Bernie Sanders and journalists Greg Palast and Bob Fitrakis.

(excerpt from) Yahoo! News
Errors, mischief could lead to long election night
By Associated Press Writer Charles Babington,
Associated Press Writer Thu Oct 23, 4:09 am ET

WASHINGTON – As Election Day nears, memories of the 2000 contest remind Americans that polling-place foul-ups and close races in key states can send them to bed not knowing who their next president will be.

The odds don’t favor a repeat of that imbroglio, in this election or any other. But several possible nightmare scenarios could deliver bitter controversy and confusion on Nov. 4 rather than a quick and clean election of President Bush’s successor.

Perhaps the most stunning result would be an electoral college tie, which would require members of the next House to select the winner. It’s not likely, but certainly possible.

More likely scenarios could involve Election Day confusion, long lines and possible legal challenges at various polling places. Such scenes will have limited national impact unless they occur in a state where the Obama-McCain contest is extremely close and positioned to determine the overall outcome…

Far more Election Day problems stem from human errors than from equipment malfunctions, said Kimball W. Brace, president of Election Data Services Inc., a Washington-based political consulting company…

In past elections, Democrats say GOP operatives have used disinformation and scare tactics to try to suppress voting in heavily Democratic precincts, including predominantly black neighborhoods…

The McCain and Obama campaigns have poured substantial resources into heading off problems and streamlining voting by their supporters…

One Response

  1. “When you go to vote this year, have a phone number in your pocket of an election protection organization, or a friendly lawyer.” I’ll have one of those nail file things they hand out when you walk in and a tootsie roll from Halloween.

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